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impound

[im′pau̇nd]
(civil engineering)
To collect water for irrigation, flood control, or similar purpose.
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The move follows the consultations of Gatsibo district management which agreed on 24th February 2018 that cows encroaching the precincts of Gabiro military barracks should be impounded and auctioned to keep the money in public coffers.
The National Public Relations of NCS, John Attah, said the tomatoes were impounded at the borderline.
They impounded eight vehicles at Seetal Mari police station and imposed a fine of Rs 62,000 for overcharging.
The group added that impounded animals will be observed for 10 days.
According to an FBR official, Premio car allegedly in use of Station House Officer (SHO), Market Police Station Larkana, Khadim Hussain Magsi was impounded.
Vehicles can be impounded for weeks or months under the traffic law if a driver commits offenses such as excessive speeding, jumping the red signal or illegal engine modification and others.
secure storage of impounded and/or immobilised vehicle/load,
The case stemmed from the complaint of Teodorico Gervacio, who alleged that the suspects impounded his 10-wheeler truck after his driver failed to give them grease money.
ATTOCK -- A mysterious fire broke out in a parking lot where impounded vehicles were parked outside Hassanabdal Police station turned into ashes scores of vehicles and motorcycles.
RAWALPINDI -- The City Traffic Police on Thursday claimed to have impounded 700 motorcycles on various violations of traffic rules during Eid holidays besides arresting 15 people on charges of doing stunts and wheelie in Cantt Circle.
Police in Bomet on Friday night impounded a lorry with explosives and detonators and arrested one suspect.The lorry registration number KBT 779Y was seized at Kyogong area on the Bomet-Narok highway while ferrying 1,750 kilograms of ammonium nitrate and 50 explosives.
All impounded vehicles, from June 1, would be in the custody of vehicle owners instead of the 'impound yard'.